Camille Gladieux ’18

Camille Gladieux ’18 grew up in Miami, Florida, and was a Posse Scholar. Gladieux majored in sociology and minored in English, with a focus in creative writing. As the Student Government Association president for the 2017–2018 academic year, Gladieux spent most of her time meeting with students, faculty and staff to bridge connections and ensure the representation of student voices. Gladieux completed a senior thesis on Korean-American adoptees.

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May 11, 2018

“If I could go back and do it all again?”

On May 7, 2018, at 7:55 pm, the sun set over the Connecticut River in Northampton, Massachusetts. For the past four years, my friend Sally Ma ’18 and I have been meaning to go to the Norwottuck Rail Trail bridge, and it was only until now that we made the trip over.

The sun’s rays hit the new foliage and the metal beams of the wooden bridge, casting shadows along the walkway. Sally asked why we hadn’t come here previously — it was only a 30-minute bus ride away — but I shrugged and said that we’d never made time for it.

March 23, 2018

From daydream to destination

The first thing that I did when I got to Seoul, South Korea, for my monthlong independent research project — funded by the College’s Lynk curriculum-to-career initiative — was miss my bus stop.

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